The portico

The portico, probably the seat of the previous medieval church

The fresco in the lunette above the entrance door to the convent was also made by Polinori and depicts St. Francis receiving the Stigmata. Under the portico on the facade of the church there are modest eighteenth-century frescoes, covered with ancient graffiti and signatures of visitors or pilgrims – of which it would be very interesting and important to know more about them.

On the left wall of the portico, in a baroque frame, a fifteenth-century fresco – detached along with the entire supporting wall – is displayed depicting the client in prayer before the Virgin, brought to Her by St. Peter. Perhaps, it is the only artistic proof of the previous destroyed church.

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Outside the wood, various gardens and a source of water could be admired. The dense wood of centuries-old oaks and holm oaks completes the compound of San Pietro sopra le Acque (St

The portico, probably the seat of the previous medieval church The fresco in the lunette above the entrance door to the convent was also made by Polinori and depicts St. Francis re

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The convent is deployed around a cloister with a central cistern, now enclosed by ancient arches. The entrance to the corridor is decorated with frescoes illustrating the life and

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